PlayStation Vita 1.6 update brings maps and video-recording
Sony's latest update for the gaming handheld will have the greatest impact on the 3G version with maps essentially offering an alternative to your smartphone
Sony's 1.6 update for the PlayStation Vita has brought two new features with a maps app and video-recording now availble for the handheld console which will be landing soon in the UK.
The maps application appears to be essentially the same version of Google maps found on both the iPhone and on Android smartphones and will offer all the same features including route information and traffic updates.
Next up is the ability to now shoot video, video will be shot in the same resolution as the camera, so it won't be 720p instead running at 640x480.
Sony PS Vita Specs
he screen itself has a resolution of 960x554 pixels, and the handheld also features SixAxis control, letting players tilt the Vita from side to side, forwards and backwards and turn it like a steering wheel.
The PS Vita is said to be landing in the UK on the 22 February and it has already been confirmed that the 3G version will be available exclusive to Vodafone.
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